Rory McIlroy became the first ever two-time winner of the Wells Fargo Championship, showing ultimate control and consistence throughout the weekend. He managed to pull himself seven strokes clear of Webb Simpson and Patrick Rogers, who were the nearest contenders.
McIlroy closed the competition with a 3-under 69 on Sunday, bringing him to 21-under for the weekend, dominating the tournament record by five strokes. After setting a new course record on Saturday (61), McIlroy commenced the final day with a four-stroke lead over Simpson.
“Everything is firing on all cylinders,” McIlroy said.
A win at the Wells Fargo Championship is McIlroy’s second in a row. Just last week, the young Northern Irishman won the World Golf Championship – Cadillac Match Play in San Francisco. Of his past eight starts on the PGA Tour, McIlroy has had six top-10 finishes.
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